.NET R&D Digest (November, 2022)

In .NET, November was a full of interesting events – release of .NET 7, bunch of conferences and announcements, in-depth analysis of ASP.NET Core benchmarks, a lot of great posts and of course – a new issue of .NET R&D Digest.

This issue includes bits of software development, a few stories, security, performance, diagnostics, C++, git and of course .NET.

Enjoy your reading!

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.NET R&D Digest (August, 2022)

The long three months of summer have come to an end. However, end of one season means start of new one. The upcoming months are expected to bring new releases (including long waited .NET 7), new conferences and events. While we are waiting for them to come, there is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest to read!

This issue includes bits of life, computer science, software development, tips and as usual — .NET.

Have a nice read!

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.NET R&D Digest (July, 2022)

2/3 or summer has been completed but there is still a plenty of time left to get some rest and read (or watch) something interesting, exciting and good for your career. Where to find those? Well…, all of these and more, you can find right here – in .NET R&D Digest.

This issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of career development, software architecture, patterns, web, testing, diagnostics, history, fun and of course – .NET. This time there are both – something to watch and read.

Have a nice read!

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.NET R&D Digest (June, 2022)

Learning is a continues process. There is literally no end of learning high way because there is always something new, which just emerged, or something that has been with us for years but we never heard of it. This is where .NET R&D Digest comes handy.

This issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of development stories about programming and life, architecture, networking, benchmarking, .NET and something to watch.

Enjoy your reading!

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.NET R&D Digest (May, 2022)

Today is the first day of summer and summer is a great time to learn new things and prepare ourselves for autumn season of conferences and new release of .NET.

That is why, this issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of computer science, software development, .NET (and some new .NET technologies), Windows and a bit of project management!

Have a nice read!

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.NET R&D Digest (April, 2022)

One more month out, still eight to go and looks like these months have a lot of .NET. C# 11 is coming closer (and it won’t include parameters null-checking). Microsoft Build is going to happen in just a few weeks and recently the amazing thing happened – a first release of CoreWCF, which is going to be supported by Microsoft.

However, one thing doesn’t change – every month there is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest. This time the issue includes bits of software development, hardware, .NET, Windows and security.

Enjoy and May the 4th be with you!

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.NET R&D Digest (March, 2022)

The first quarter of 2022 is out. .NET 5 is going to reach its end of life next month and in November, as usual, we are expecting a new, much powerful version – .NET 7. Looks like .NET world is constantly changing, that is why it is so important to remember how it all started.

This time, the new issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of nostalgia, history, computer science, software development, .NET, Windows, Security and a few stories.

Have a great read!

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